Nigeria Needs N1.08trn To Fix Primary Healthcare Centres The Federal Government disclosed that it would require a whooping sum of N1.08 trillion ($2.83 billion) funding over the next 10 years to fix the primary healthcare system across the country.
The bill seeking to provide for a single term of six years for the president, governors, members of the National Assembly and state houses of assembly has been rejected by the House Of Representatives. Several controversies stirred up before reaching a conclusion on the rejection of the bill. The proposed bill was tagged “A Bill for an Act to Alter the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 to Provide for a Single Term of Six Years for the President, Governors, Members of the National Assem
The bill which seeks to amend the Nigerian constitution such that public office holders get a six year tenure instead of a four year tenure was presented at the house of representatives for a second reading on December 17 2019. The bill sponsored by Hon. John Dyegh of benue state was rejected by majority of the house of representatives members. During the second reading, some Rep members argued that it would be a cost effective process if implemented into the constitution. While some members strongly oppose
The House of Representatives has rejected a bill suggesting to provide for a single term of six (6) years for the President of the nation (Nigeria) and Governors of the 36 states. The constitutional amendment bill also seek to provide for an unlimited tenure of six (6) years for members of the national assembly (Senate and House Of Representatives) and state houses of assembly. The bill, sponsored by John Dyegh from Benue state, was rejected after it was called up for second reading at a Tuesday’s plenary
The House of Representatives has rejected a bill seeking to provide a single term of six years for the president and governors in Nigeria. The bill sponsored by John Dyegh from Benue State, seeks to also provide for an unlimited tenure of six years for members of the National Assembly and state houses of assemblies, TheCable reports. The idea was rejected on Tuesday at plenary. During the debate on the bill, most lawmakers kicked against it, arguing that there was nothing wrong with the system Nigeria cur